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ABC
Sep 21, 2012 4:30am EDT
abc2news.com. >>> a baltimore man, stephen lancing was the man who broke into a person's home in southwest baltimore in 2010, choked that victim while he was sleeping and demanded cash. he took the victim's car keys and bolted. he was found guilty of robbery, burglary and car theft. >>> one of the busiest transportation hubs in baltimore turned into a more chaotic scene when a runaway bus slammed into a bus shelter. 17 people were hurt when the bus slammed into the shelter. witnessens say the driver was at the back of the bus when it began to roll forward. >>> pakistanis are expected to take to the streets today to protest the anti-islam video. they are also running tv ads denouncing that film. even though the movie was produced in the united states t government wants the country to know it doesn't support the film's message. >>> this morning 700 u.s. soldiers are on their way back home from afghanistan. it's the last troop surge to leave the country. 77,000 troops went to afghanistan in 2009 to stabilize the country and build up afghan security forces. there are still about 68,000 america
ABC
Sep 21, 2012 6:00pm EDT
. >> reporter: in baltimore county jeff hager, abc2 news. >> the bon voyage party starts at 11 a.m. tomorrow. organizers are promising raffles, food, snowballs and plenty of fun. for more on how to help, go to abc2news.com. we've actually included a link to their facebook page. >>> finding new ways to fight animal abuse. the first animal abuse leadership sum met was held at stevens university. it includes prosecutors from frederick county to baltimore city and they came to get a better understanding of the laws surrounding animal abuse. >> it should never be a situation where someone doesn't know where to turn there, either a member of the community, animal cell member, prosecutor. there are people you can talk to and we can make a difference. >> it was organized after seeing a rise in animal cruelty cases. >>> in the rate place at the right time. good samaritans may have saved a life when they rescued a toddler from a building. the young man will some day have quite a story to tell. >> reporter: at 21 months of age, brody guy is full of smiles unaware of the real danger he was in.
ABC
Sep 21, 2012 5:00pm EDT
the baltimore area in recent years. earlier this year two brothers were found not guilty accused of pouring gasoline on to a pitbull and lighting her on fire. the dog, renamed phoenix, eventually had to be euthanized but that case led to important changes. they get special training no last year a cat nursing her kitten was burned. thankful flip mittens -- thankfully mittens was able to recover and become a posted cat for several others. the person accused in her attack was convicted. >>> who can forget thor a pet bull left in trash cafnlt the 5-year-old dog was down to skin and bones but is now thriving after being more than 20 pounds underway. you can find much more about today's animal abuse summit. just head to our slideshow. >>> temperatures have warmed up system. we're in the upper 70s to low 80s. 74 in bowie. 78 and 79 in goldsboro. those are even with our highs on the day. current conditions at bwi gusting to 19 earlier today so a little breezy at times. check out the sunshine dominating the pictures here throughout the afternoon. there will be some changes as we work into th
ABC
Sep 21, 2012 5:30pm EDT
. baltimore city and county each have three. pg county has the most in the state so far with six. west nile virus can go undetected in many people. if you have symptoms, they can mimic the flu. >> some headache, fever, muscle ache, oth earl body aches as well as a rash or swollen lymph nodes. >> reporter: the department of agriculture and the city are working to combat the spread of west nile. they will start spraying in east port and outside the city. how to handle the problem is where the disagreement s bob is all for zapping them with the chemical praying. >> this is the third day. i've put on repellent each day and still i get mosquito bites on the leg oar loor dave is the manager -- >> reporter: dave is the manager and he is outside all the time. he doesn't object to the spraying. gee just wants people in the community to know when it will happen. >> there are individuals who do have sensitivies to it and it can be serious consequences for those individuals. >> reporter: the city will spray monday in east porter rase, knights bridge, primrose acres and truckers heights. the department
ABC
Sep 21, 2012 4:55am EDT
those who have survived colon cancer. >>> a judge makes the decision on pension plans of baltimore police and firefighters. >> it's a message you have to hear. she's a mother with a broken heart but we'll tell you about the one love foundation just ahead. >>> the first lady will be in baltimore today. where she'll be and what her mission will be coming up today. >>> it's the apple of their eye. iphone lovers, the wait is over. the iphone 5 is on sale all over the country today, including here. it is friday, purple friday. that you know for joining us. i'm megan pringle and lauren cook is going to tell us about the weather. >> jamie and i are also facing off on who could write the best cheer. speaking of the orioles, there's a huge rally going on in lots of different locations today. people who are heading out there, what can they expect? >> chilly this morning but in the afternoon we'll warm up nicely. we have sunshine moving in as well but we'll stay dry. the rain pushes in tomorrow but we have temperatures this morning coming in below average. you can see owings mills coming in a
ABC
Sep 20, 2012 11:00pm EDT
of it. details in the forecast. >> and update to breaking news tonight over the baltimore city police and firefighter pensions, a rule that could lead to major changes. that's on the news at 11. >>> tonight we are hearing from sharon love. the mother of yardly love who was killed by her ex-boyfriend back in 2010. last month love's ex-boyfriend was sentenced to 23 years in prison for the murder. sharon is now devoted her life to getting the word out about domestic violence through the one love foundation. we talked to her about the loss of her daughter, the trial and what she is doing now. >> reporter: it's now been nearly two and a half years since the murder of yardly love in her apartment in virginia have. after going through the loss of her daughter and the trial of the man who killed her, for sharon working to make more people aware of the potential dangers is a labor of love. >> when i look at pictures now i love to see her pictures, it's bittersweet because i know there will be no more pictures coming. >> reporter: these are never before seen photographs of yardly, a girl who gr
ABC
Sep 21, 2012 6:00am EDT
minutes. that's a look at your traffic. megan, back to you. >>> today the first lady will be in baltimore attending a private campaign event at morgan state university at 3:00 this afternoon. tickets range $250 to $1,000. the price for students, only $25. later tonight she'll be at another fund raising event. >>> happening now, a live peanut butter of people lining up, waiting to get their hands on the latest iphone. that's the situation out of new york city this morning. linda, a lot of dedicated moms wait being their sons who want to get that iphone. >> reporter: and we have a dedicated grandmother here. she's lucky number seven. thanks for being here, lois. >> my grandson is having his 21st birthday so i wanted to go ahead and do what i can to get him the iphone 5, which is what he's talked ab. >> reporter: that's so sweet. he's been talking about it? >> of course he's talked about it. they always talking about it. but he's gone this weekend to visit his girlfriend so here i am early in the morning waiting to get in to get the iphone 5. >> earlier you said, when you saw this before, pe
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